Top 5 Cheapest and Most Affordable Cameras For Indie Filmmakers

2 Aug

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In this day and age filmmaking doesn’t have to be expensive. Lets face it, in the film industry equipment isn’t cheap. A single piece of equipment will often cost more money than the average person will make in an entire year. Although this may be bad for most of us, it isn’t the end of the world. With consumer quality video capturing devices becoming increasingly advanced each day, the options an independent filmmaker has at their disposal become wider. Continue reading

Neflix Decides to Raise Prices?!

13 Jul

 Yesterday was a disappointing Tuesday. The popular online video rental company Netflix, released a statement where they discussed the upcoming membership price increase and the new structuring of their service. Unfortunately it was bound to happen. Continue reading

Did Nazi’s Invade Cannes Film Festival?

19 May

  What a strange Wednesday at the Cannes film festival. When you thought the news couldn’t get any more mind blowing, comes possibly the biggest news of the entire festival. Danish film director Lars Von Trier dug himself into a hole deeper than the Chilean miners. Continue reading

Napoleon Dynamite Television Show to Hit FOX in the Fall

18 May

If you and I have anything in common then you’re probably a fan of the 2004 cult comedy hit, Napoleon Dynamite. The feature length film was actually based on a short film created by Jared Hess while attending college. The film was titled Peluca but featured the same characters that appear in Napoleon Dynamite. The short film gained notoriety at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival which in turn led to the production of the feature length version. Continue reading

Rian Johnson’s ‘Looper’ Secures U.S Distribution Deal

15 May

“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” Oops, wrong time travel movie. Rian Johnson’s latest film Looper takes on the concept of time travel with some help from Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Looper blends classic film noir conventions with science fiction to create a world rarely seen in cinema. Continue reading

Trent’s Commentary: My View on the Capture of Bin Laden

11 May

America and many of its supporters around the world burst into celebration when the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death hit the streets late that  Sunday night. The death of Osama Bin Laden is not only historic but is symbolic as well. I was born in 1993, and for my generation this is the first major American victory we have witnessed. Continue reading

You Should ‘See This Movie’

14 Apr

So there’s this movie. You should really “See This Movie.” Okay, that was a bad joke. “See This Movie” is the 2005 comedy film written by David Rosenthal. The film follows Jake Berrymore (Seth Meyers) and Larry Finkelstein (John Cho), on their journey to get their “powerful” film into the Montreal World Film Festival. After pulling a few strings and stretching the truth, the duo’s film is accepted into the film festival. However, there’s a catch. The film they so proudly promoted doesn’t exist. Continue reading